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Calendula oil is yet another common herbal remedy used for various skin conditions. It’s known as the plant that is so mild it’s even safe to use on a baby’s bum, but so potent that it has caught the attention of researchers and medical practitioners.
The benefits and uses of calendula oil for the skin have been known for centuries and many of them are still relevant today.
Many websites recommend toothpaste on acne as a fast way to dry out pimples and some bloggers swear by it, so what’s the deal with that?
It’s a two-way street - on one hand the formula and composition of toothpaste can help dry out pimples fast and reduce redness, but on the other hand, it can make the skin even more acne-prone and susceptible to other skin conditions.
Let’s try to break it all down and help you understand better: is toothpaste bad for acne, if yes, why and in which cases?
Whether it’s because mineral oil is a by-product of petroleum, or because it’s an occlusive (we’ll explain in great detail what this really means) ingredient, people interested in adding products that contain mineral oil in their daily regimen will inevitably come across negative information about mineral oil.
The real question is how much truth is there in all the negative info circling online? Is mineral oil really bad for your skin?